One rather obvious question I have, regarding schemes for storing carbon underground: doesn’t it take energy to compress the gas and push it underground, which I assume requires a good deal of pressure?

I’m all for reducing greenhouse gases, but some schemes are a bit questionable.

The more obvious means to me are energy production that doesn’t involve burning fuels (and yes, nuclear energy is one possible solution), and reducing the amount of energy we do use.

And increasing life that absorbs CO2, like planting trees. Greening deserts with agriculture. Making sure oceanic phytoplankton grow as they should.


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